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Leader of the Opposition 

Parliamentary Representative

MARIGOT

Executive Management

Plato 

Parliamentary Representative

ROSEAU SOUTH

Senator

CASTLE BRUCE

Parliamentary Representative

SALISBURY

Tel: 1767 265 4334

Email:hectorsjohn@gmail.com 

Senator

MAUNE JAUNE

Tel: 1 767 617 6482

Email:thomsonfontaine@gmail.com 

Parliamentary Representative

ROSEAU NORTH

Tel: 1 767 265 5365

Email: dannylugay@hotmail.com 

 

Senator

SAINT JOSEPH

Senator

MAHAUT

Parliamentary Representative

WESLEY

Political Leader

Trustee

General Secretary

Trustee

Treasurer

President

Trustee

Public Relations Officer

Vice President

The United Workers Party was formed in 1988 by a group of patriots who felt the need to contribute to the development of Dominica. The founding members collectively determined that the best way to make their contribution to our country was to enter into the political arena where they could have had the most positive impact on the lives of the citizenry. The party first entered parliament in 1990, winning 6 of the 21 seats up for election, and thereby became the official opposition.

The United Workers Party: a centrist socially-responsible political party in the public interest. 

Five years later, with Edison James leading it into a general election, the party increased its seat count by 5, capturing 11 seats in parliament and with that slim majority, became the government. During its tenure in office, the party enacted numerous initiatives and programs that stimulated economic growth as well as social programs geared towards assisting the poor and the elderly.

In the 2000 general election, the party lost its 1-seat majority in parliament which resulted in a coalition government being formed between the two other political parties on island. The UWP remains Dominica's official opposition to this date.

Thomson Fontaine PhD

International Secretary

Tel: 1 767 285 5585

Email: claytes23@gmail.com

 

Assistant Secretary

 

Deputy Political Leader